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CrowCAH
David Copperfield | Charles Dickens
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My current #audiobook

I figured to get through this chunkster of a classic that I should listen to it. Glad to hear Simon Vance was the narrator!!!

Eight years ago I tried reading this book and only got like 50 pages in. Now I feel I‘ll be able to finish it.

Ruthiella Simon Vance is such a great narrator! 👍 20h
CrowCAH @Ruthiella agree! He does a great job with the Temeraire series, the Aubrey/Maturin series, and the Dune original six books!!! Plus many others, but those are some I‘ve listened to. 12h
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quietjenn
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I so enjoyed reading (finally!) Lucy Worsley with the #pemberlittens, that I've subsequently gone a bit of a binge. And this one nicely intersects with my love of crime fiction.

Ruthiella I love it when a chance introduction leads to a whole new set of books/authors/interests! You can also watch some of the documentaries she‘s narrated on YouTube. 2d
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speljamr
Democracy and Its Crisis | A. C. Grayling
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Ice cream and some appropriate reading based on today's events.

RebL The ice cream feels appropriate too 😉 5d
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kgriffith
The Deep | Rivers Solomon
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Pickpick

I'm listening to The Deep on Scribd. Check it out: https://www.scribd.com/audiobook/390805927

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Lynnsoprano
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Pickpick

I didn‘t cry until close to the end, but now it‘s hard to stop. An incredibly moving, often infuriating, telling of an important story. What these women endured, and the callousness of the companies that employed them, is a story that everyone needs to know. It‘s not a perfect book, but it accomplishes its purpose in making the reader care. No higher purpose or praise.

Suelizbeth Definitely a powerful read and hard to forget. 📚❤️ 2w
Suzze It was so Maddening to realize how much they knew and ignored. Very hard to forget any of it. 2w
TieDyeDude Just wait until you read her next book! I hope the author has a good self-care regiment, because she researched some brutal topics. 2w
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